How can I align multiple aligned environments?

by Onner Irotsab   Last Updated September 11, 2019 14:23 PM

I have this equations:

\begin{align}
  \begin{aligned}
    x&=y & z&=w & k&=j \\
    a&=b & c&=d & e&=f \\
  \end{aligned}
  \\
\begin{aligned}
    x+a&=y+b & z+c&=w+d & z+x&=b \\
    a+q&=b+w & c+e&=d+r & e+t&=f+y & m+t&=l+s \\
\end{aligned}
\end{align}

I want all columns to be aligned each others like in the following example:

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I have tried to adjust spaces by hands in the following horrible way:

\begin{align}
 x&=y & z&=w & k&=j\nonumber\\[-.25\baselineskip]
 \\[-.75\baselineskip]
 a&=b & c&=d & e&=f
 \nonumber\\
 x+a&=y+b & z+c&=w+d & z+x&=b\nonumber\\[-.25\baselineskip]
 \\[-.75\baselineskip]
 a+q&=b+w & c+e&=d+r & e+t&=f+y\nonumber
\end{align}

Is there a TeXnician solution to do this?



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